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French Open Preview: Players To Watch Not Named Nadal

by Josh Wortsman

On the off chance Nadal doesn’t win the French Open, who could take the crown?
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Where Does Federer Go From Here?

by Josh Wortsman

With so many records already achieved, what is left for Federer to chase?
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Where Does Kemba Walker End Up?

by Thomas O'Callaghan

As the hot stove is heating up, Kemba Walker’s tenure in Charlotte may be coming to an end.
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Nadal’s Comeback Among The Best Ever

by Alex House

Everyone loves a good comeback story, but perhaps none should be as celebrated as Rafael Nadal’s long journey back to the top.
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Statistical Modeling Of ATP Singles Matches (Part V)

by Justin Kelly

A debrief on the French Open and the conclusion to this series.
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Statistical Modeling Of ATP Singles Matches (Part IV)

by Justin Kelly

Using Elo to re-rank the ATP’s top 20 in a preview of the French Open.
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Are You On Team Thiem?

by Mikey Jarrell

Nadal’s still the King of Clay, but the heir to the throne might be Austrian.
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Statistical Modeling Of ATP Singles Matches (Part III)

by Justin Kelly

Could a statistical model have predicted the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals?
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Federer And Nadal Final Puts Bow On Historic Era

by Alex House

Two living legends find a way to do it one more time.
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Australian Open/2017 Season Roundtable

by Justin Kelly, Jonathan D'Rozario, Gaurav Shastri, Evan Selzer, Alex House

Our thoughts on the Australian Open/2017 Season.
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SQ Tennis Awards 2016

by Justin Kelly, Jonathan D'Rozario, Evan Selzer, Alex House

We consider the best and worst players and moments of 2016.
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Statistical Modeling Of ATP Singles Matches (Part II)

by Justin Kelly

A better statistical approach to understanding who will win on tour
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Kei Nishikori And Ivo Karlovic As Aesthetic Bliss

by Mikey Jarrell

What can one match tell us about how men’s tennis has changed in the last decade?
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Statistical Modeling of ATP Singles Matches (Part I)

by Justin Kelly

Can we predict outcomes of matches with math? (Probably)
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Murray’s Loss Symbolic Of Career

by Alex House

Andy Murray has had a nice career, but his latest episode and defeat at the U.S. Open shows he has not yet taken that next step.
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Querrey’s Win A Symbol Of Hope For American Tennis

by Alex House

Once believed to be America’s next star, Sam Querrey overcame years of struggle to seize his moment and make U.S. tennis relevant again.
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SQ Tennis Pick’Em: Wimbledon 2016

by Jonathan D'Rozario

Here are our expert picks for Wimbledon 2016.
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Wimbledon 2016 Roundtable

by Jonathan D'Rozario

Our thoughts on Wimbledon 2016.
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The Duality Of The Solitary

by Jonathan D'Rozario

An ode to the people behind the players.
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Nick Kyrgios: The Villain Tennis Needs

by Alex House

The Australian is criticized for his conduct, but could he be an effective anti-hero?